Saturday December 14, 2019

Donohoe keeps Team Ireland in play as tax reform pressure mounts

So far, Ireland has kept EU moves against tax avoidance working in our favour, but now the gloves are off

2nd June, 2019

When the leaders of eight of the world’s largest economies gathered on the banks of Lough Erne in June 2013, a special guest was invited to join them.

As crowds outside the G8 summit protested everything from fracking to the war in Syria and world hunger, Enda Kenny was pictured walking the grounds of the lush Co Fermanagh resort with Barack Obama and David Cameron.

The leaders resolved at that summit to tackle the...

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